Posted January 29, 2008 10:27 am by with 5 comments

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How would you like to go to Hawaii?

How would you like to go to Hawaii and learn cutting-edge social media tactics?

How would you like to go to Hawaii and learn cutting-edge social media tactics, AND tell Uncle Sam that it was a necessary business expense?

You need to register for the first ever Aloha Social Media Summit, and join me, Dave Taylor, Roxanne Darling, and other experts for two days of intense hands-on training.

The workshop will take place March 18/19 on the Big Island of Hawaii and we promise there’ll be no sales-pitches, no boring PowerPoint, and no over-crowding.

The Aloha Social Media Summit will be run like a workshop–in the vein of Elite Retreat–and will be limited to just 28 attendees. That way we can guarantee that you’ll come away with valuable, personalized knowledge you can use.

The event is already great value–at $2499 per person–but Marketing Pilgrim readers can save another $250 by using the code “pilgrim”. How much value is this event? If you wanted to hire me for two days of consulting, I would normally charge you $15,000 to $20,000–I’m sure you can do the math! 😉

I hope you can join us. If you have any questions, drop me an email or Twitter me.

  • pat

    Andy, let me know if you need any help coordinating or partying. I live in Waikiki 🙂

  • Wow. I tried to sign up, but it was impossible. It will be amazing summit i guess

  • @Seomotion – what happened when you tried to sign up?

  • hey howzit?

    How’d the summit go?

    Our small business marketing workshop was well received over here in Hilo. I was thinking your summit must have done really well?

    I was very impressed by your speaker list and local knowledge. You must all spend a lot of time in Hawai`i?

    If you folks ever want to coordinate an even on Hawai`i Island, please let me know. We have another event planned for bloggers on April 15th.


    Btw, the signup process did seem to be a bit challenging. We offer conference and event support including online registrations if that would be helpful in the future…

  • @Brent – the summit went very, very well and Dave and I look forward to doing it again next year.

    I’ll be sure to keep you in mind for coordination of future events. Mahalo!